to make hostile or unfriendly; make an enemy or of:
His speech antagonized many voters.
to act in opposition to; oppose.
Rare. to act .
to make hostile; annoy or irritate
to act in opposition to or counteract
1630s, “to compete with,” from Greek antagonizesthai “to struggle against, oppose, be a rival” (see antagonist). Meaning “to struggle against continuously” is recorded from 1742. Related: Antagonized; antagonizing.
a person who people, or provokes hostility: The leader was an antagonizer of the peasantry. Compare .
to make hostile or unfriendly; make an enemy or of: His speech antagonized many voters. to act in opposition to; oppose. Rare. to act . Contemporary Examples antagonizing the Clinton administration eventually contributed to Netanyahu’s downfall. Why Bibi Humiliated Biden Martin Indyk March 10, 2010 And all are fearful of ridicule or, worse, antagonizing voters […]
Arabic name of . noun the Arabic name for Antioch
Turkish name of . Contemporary Examples The two men sat on plastic chairs in front of a white tent in the southern Turkish town of Antakya. Free Syrian Army Has the World’s Support but No Weapons or Ammo Rolla Scolari April 3, 2012 Now he keeps constant vigil over his wife at a hospital in […]